Thomas Schulz is an experienced hematology specialist located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. He graduated from UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS/ SCHOOL OF MEDICINE and boasts more than 31 years of experience.
He has held various positions within stock-listed industrial groups, such as Group CEO of Bilfinger SE and President for Sandvik SRP AB as well as President-Construction of Sandvik Mining and Construction AB.
Early Life and Education
Schulz was born during the Great Depression, and his early experiences of poverty would shape his work immensely. Determined to succeed at every endeavor he took on, he worked diligently at every task assigned him.
His kindergarten teacher was the one to first recognize his talent for drawing. After seeing a sketch he did of himself shoveling snow while looking up at a palm tree in Minnesota, she told him someday he’d become an artist.
Schulz has worked at MSU for 31 years, during which time he has collaborated with many of its most accomplished coaches across women’s basketball, men’s basketball, tennis and volleyball and numerous individual champion athletes. Friends and peers frequently recognize his great sense of humor while at work – often heard laughing as they work side-by-side!
Thomas Schulz boasts an array of experience across several companies and holds a Bachelor of Science from ETH Zurich as well as having studied at KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
Thomas has extensive legal experience representing clients in diverse matters ranging from general corporate matters and mergers & acquisitions, commercial real estate loan transactions and commercial litigations to general real estate matters and general corporate matters. His client roster ranges in value from several million dollars up to hundreds of millions.
As Group CEO of FLSmidth & Co A/S of Copenhagen, which offers innovative engineering, equipment and service solutions to the mining and cement industries. His focus lies on driving sustainable profitable growth through strong customer and employee loyalty; with experience leading stock-listed industrial groups.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Schulz is an award-winning composer and producer whose music has been used in multiple commercial and film projects. A graduate from London College of Music, Thomas is now employed at Bilfinger, an international industrial services provider headquartered out of Copenhagen in Denmark.
Schulz was honored with many prestigious awards and recognitions during his lifetime, such as receiving the School Bell Award from the National Education Society (1960), being featured at Montreal’s International Pavilion of Humor (1978) and receiving the Lester Patrick Trophy from U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame (1993). Furthermore, he was inducted into U.S. Figure Skating and American Contract Bridge Halls of Fames.
Schulz also contributed two short-lived sports-oriented strips, It’s Only a Game and Young Pillars, to Youth newspaper for teenagers. Many parodies depict him and he often took legal action against any unauthorised ones.
Thomas Schulz’s practice centers around representing businesses and entrepreneurs in connection with general corporate matters, mergers and acquisitions, commercial real estate sales/lease transactions and loan agreements as well as litigation issues. Additionally, Thomas represents clients in commercial litigation proceedings.
He is currently Group CEO of Bilfinger SE and serves on the board of Boart Longyear Ltd. His expertise lies in industrial automation, MES (Managed Equipment System), industrial data management & analytics innovation.
He enjoys running and piano as hobbies in his free time, having been an accomplished track and field competitor at Succasunna High School – winning both 1600m and 3200m races respectively before competing at Monmouth University Track and Field team in college.
He is married and has two children. His passion lies with music and jazz/opera performances in particular.
Schulz is an accomplished comedian who has appeared on many popular TV shows and films such as Feast of the Seven Fishes and Brilliant Idiot. His YouTube channel is among the most-visited worldwide, earning thousands in monthly ad revenue and affiliate commissions.
Schulz also holds a financial advisor role at Lpl Financial LLC in Clarkston, Michigan for thirteen years and holds both Series 63 and 65 licenses.
His practice specializes in representing companies and entrepreneurs in general corporate matters; mergers and acquisitions transactions; private equity deals, as well as energy projects like demand response aggregation and Energy Intelligence Software implementation.